February 20, 2013

Is China Buying Greenland?

Breum & Chemnitz, New York Times

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Greenland may well develop into a large exporter of uranium. In the south of the island, rare earth deposits are among the largest in the world. Huge reserves of oil and gas are hidden off shore.

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